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Sage Sepahi provides business litigation, class action litigation, employment litigation, real estate litigation, civil right litigation, commercial litigation, corporate formation, business dissolution, and arbitration/mediation services to residents of San Diego city and county, La Jolla, and Del Mar.

Is There an Appeals Process for Arbitration?

Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution that is commonly used in business transactions and for consumer complaints. Many contracts contain arbitration clauses that require disputes be submitted to binding arbitration. When an arbitrator hears a case and makes a decision on the issues, that decision is final unless the decision is appealed. Arbitration …

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How Do Legal Fees in a Class Action Work?

Class action lawsuits allow groups of plaintiffs to take legal action against a common defendant. One case with many plaintiffs is brought. Class actions frequently settle out of court, although they can go to trial. Plaintiffs in a class action are compensated based on the terms of the settlement agreement or the damages awarded by a jury.  …

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Confidentiality of the Arbitration Process

Many companies and individuals prefer arbitration to litigation because arbitration is considered to be more private. When you litigate a dispute, the court room may be open to the public and anyone can attend the hearings. The press may write about interesting business disputes and include details from the court hearings. The evidence presented at trial …

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How to Select an Arbitrator to Arbitrate Your Dispute?

Many business disputes are resolved through arbitration. Some companies prefer arbitration to litigation as a means of limiting costs. Arbitration clauses are included in many standard form contracts, with parties free to either agree to arbitration or walk away from the transaction.  Businesses can also negotiate on the issue of arbitrating disagreements when entering into …

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Can I Collect a Judgment Against a Dissolved Corporation?

A corporation is a legal entity that is separate and distinct from its owners. The corporate identity is created when incorporation papers are filed and approved by the state of California. When the corporation is dissolved, it no longer exists as an entity. This can make it difficult to make claims against the corporation after …

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What is the Cost of Arbitration?

Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution that is frequently used in business litigation. It is very common for commercial contracts to contain arbitration clauses requiring that all disputes arising from the commercial transaction be resolved in arbitration.  Parties who become involved in a disagreement may also decide at the time of the conflict …

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Do You Need to Dissolve a Corporation That Never Did Any Business?

When you file paperwork for your business to become a California corporation, your company gets its own identity. The corporation exists as an independent “person” under the law. The corporation also has ongoing obligations that it must fulfill.  If the company does not do all of the things required of it each year, you could …

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Are Zoning Issues Covered By Title Insurance in California?

Title insurance is purchased when property is bought or sold. Title insurance protects the buyers in case there is a defect in the title that results in expenses to the owner or that reduces the value of the property. When a mortgage is used to purchase property, lenders title insurance is generally also required as a …

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Free Report: What Can a Creditor Do to Collect Debt in California

Creditors need to consult with an attorney for advice on the legal steps they may take to try to collect a debt, while those who owe money may also need legal assistance in dealing with creditor actions. Creditors and debtors have a contractual relationship. The debtor agrees to repay money that the creditor lends, based …

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